Air Square Lab is a group of experts in their own particular field and was founded by Stéphane Reverre, Charles Reverchon and François Levoir, who together have over 75 years’ experience on the international capital markets.

We aim to provide a link between startups and fintechs whose flexibility and dynamism enables them to create disruptive business models in existing services and established companies looking for technological innovations that can enhance relations with their clients or employees

Stéphane Reverre

Stéphane has held operational and managerial positions in the major financial marketplaces of New York, Tokyo, London, Singapore and Paris. He has launched and developed many trading activities at some of the biggest financial institutions: Société Générale, Natixis, Millennium Partners, Dresdner Bank, Exane. He has a particular expertise in financing (LCR, repos, etc.) and execution (MiFID, etc.). Stéphane is a graduate of Ecole Centrale Paris and a member of the CentraleSupélec Business Angels association, and has an MBA from Harvard Business School

He has written several works on finance:

● The Complete Arbitrage Deskbook, 2000, McGraw-Hill

● An Introduction to Market Finance: 15 Principles, 2018, Economica

Charles Reverchon

Charles has held management positions in international financial institutions such as Société Générale, Dresdner Bank, Natixis and ODDO BHF. He operates on traditional capital markets and is an expert in digital innovation, particularly blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Charles is also an active angel investor. He is a graduate of Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics and has an Executive MBA from Harvard Business School

François Levoir

François has held operational and managerial positions in IT, Trading and Risk at Société Générale. He was most recently the Chief Risk Officer of Exane Group in charge of the supervision and the control of the risks of all the Group business lines : Cash Equity, Derivatives, Asset Management. François has a strong expertise in risk management, capital adequacy and banking regulation. François is a graduate of Ecole Superieure d’Electricite.